A&M to Pay Millions for Texas Wesleyan School of Law

, Texas Lawyer


Texas Wesleyan School of Law and Texas A&M University today are announcing they signed a letter of intent for A&M University to assume ownership and operations of Texas Wesleyan's law school. Texas Wesleyan would remain the owner of the land and facilities and would rent them to A&M. A&M System Chancellor John Sharp says A&M has always wanted a law school because it "rounds out" the A&M System's professional schools.

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